May 12, 2022
The InKY Reading Series is a free author series broadcast live on Zoom. Watch archived readings on the LLA YouTube channel.
Jan LaPerle’s new book of poetry, Maybe The Land Sings Back, was published in Spring 2022 from Galileo Press. Her other books include: a book of poetry, It Would Be Quiet (Prime Mincer Press, 2013); an e-chap of flash fiction, Hush (Sundress Publications, 2012); a story in verse, A Pretty Place To Mourn (BlazeVOX, 2014), and several other stories and poems. She completed her MFA from Southern Illinois University in 2006. In 2014 she won an individual artist grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission. She lives in Kentucky with her husband and daughter where she serves as a master sergeant in the Army.
Erv Klein is a lifelong resident of Louisville, Kentucky. He’s been writing for almost 10 years and is a firm believer in writers supporting writers. Subterfuge, his first book, was published in March 2019. It is an historical fiction mystery about a missing German U-boat in World War II and the captain’s son’s search to discover its fate. His second book, a family saga, was published in 2021 about a man in search of a family, set in a fictional small Kentucky town.